THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Susan Kolb
The Naked Truth About Breast Implants
Susan Kolb is a medical doctor with a specialty in plastic and reconstructive surgery. She has treated thousands of women with complications from breast implant surgery, and her practice has emerged as an international healing center for women with breast implant disease and other immune disorders. Her medical practice routinely incorporates state of the art surgical technology with holistic medicine and spiritual healing. She graduated from Johns Hopkins University, received her medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine and completed her post-graduate education in general and plastic surgery at Wilford Hall Medical Center. She served as a surgeon in the United States Air Force, specializing in the treatment of burns, hand reconstruction and cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Kolb is a member of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. She is a founding diplomat of the American Board of Holistic Medicine and a member of the American Holistic Medical Association. Dr. Kolb is the director and founder of Millennium Healthcare, a holistic medical center; Avatar Cancer Center, an alternative cancer treatment institute and Plastikos, a holistic plastic surgery center.
-Silicon implants – problems for women with poor detoxification, such as MTHFR, or HLA defects.
-Saline implants – problems for women with valve defects, mold reactions, fibromyalgia
-Are there any safe breast implants?
-How long have breast implants been done?
-Do health problems improve after they’ve been removed?
-3 kinds of toxicity from implants: silicon, chemical, biotoxins
-Need for independent testing to protect public interest
-Why get a breast implant? Small breasts, breast assymetry, breast reconstruction
-Decreasing risk of cancer vs. preventive breast removal
-Advice for listeners that have breast implants
dr susan kolb, m.d. on the hazards of breast implants, may 13, 2016